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Poetry-Legendary Icon

Legendary Icon By Roland Bankole Marke, Florida, USA. He’s a legendary icon; injustice personified And epitomizes Africa’s indicted ancestry: (...)

| April 2009 | 712 views

Novel: Shangai Dream

Shangai Dream by Sahr Johnny Description Burnt out hacker Cad Caldwell is on the verge of committing nanobot-induced suicide in a cramped Union (...)

| March 2009 | 806 views

Novel-The Candy Girl

The Candy Girl By Marcella Camara-Macauley ISBN13: 978-1-4363-8789-7 (Picture Book) ISBN: 1-4363-8789-2 (Picture Book) ISBN13: 978-1-4363-8790-3 (...)

| March 2009 | 838 views

Sierra Leone produces another author

By Alhaji Jalloh - New Jersey -USA. A descendant of the northern strategic border district of Kambia has added to the list of Kolenten Authors in Sierra (...)

| February 2009 | 857 views

Poetry-Monkey Tail

Monkey Tail I will not be intimate with a temptress, Will not take the tempting stress, But you cannot love the monkey and hate its tail. Stop (...)

by Gibril Koroma | February 2009 | 802 views

Poetry—Celebrating Humanity? Yes, we Can!

Celebrating Humanity? Yes, we Can! (Eulogy for Barak Hussein Obama,embodiment of the unity of the human race) B y Mohamed Boye Jallo Jamboria, (...)

| January 2009 | 1051 views

Poetry—The Wooden Bowl

The Wooden Bowl By Josephine Ansumana, Freetown, Sierra Leone. I guarantee you will remember the tale of the Wooden Bowl tomorrow, a week from (...)

| January 2009 | 1999 views

Poetry—Yenga oh Yenga

This is an ode to the people of Sierra Leone whose territory, Yenga in Kailuhun District continues to be occupied by Guinean forces more than a decade (...)

| January 2009 | 893 views

Poetry: A Note to a Friend - Part 1

A Note to a Friend-Part 1 By Josephine Ansumana, Freetown, Sierra Leone. You have asked me the same questions Day in, day out. Now I give you (...)

| January 2009 | 660 views

Short story-The Angel of Death

The Angel of Death By Bakar Mansaray, Toronto, Canada. As she limped along the bush-path that led to the refugee camp, the early morning dew (...)

| December 2008 | 1339 views